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Creative Commons license: Public Domain
Exactly my point . Watermarks are applied to all newly scanned books ."it would be a tragedy to deface such a thing in such a way "
Subject: a repy to "csb99's" review entitled "a protest"
Perhaps things have changed between April 23, 2007 and today (May 6, 2007), but I just downloaded a PDF copy of this text and I cannot see a single watermark whatsoever as csb99 previously complained about. Maybe this watermark exists in another version of the text but I can say for certain the PDF version is perfectly clean, both in the on-screen view as well as a hard copy printout.
In short, this appears to be a superb image of a beautiful text.
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